What an honour. My friend and fellow stitch'n'bitcher Pamela of Come Wot May, has bestowed upon me this lovely 'sisterhood' award. She is just like big sister. Always available for a coffee anytime & a chat/gossip & she can always make me laugh if I'm feeling down. Thanks for being a good friend over the years Pam.
Now to the award -The rules connected to the award are:
1. Put the logo on your blog or post - check
2. Nominate at least 10 blogs which show great Attitude and/or Gratitude! - check
3. Be sure to link to your nominees within your post. - check
4. Let them know that they have received this award by commenting on their blog. - check
5. Share the love and link to the person from whom you received your award. - check
Jan of Oz Comfort Quilts - you deserve this award for all of the wonderful charity quilts you have done for the Victorian Bushfire survivors. Please visit Jan and if you can help Jan out with this huge mission she has taken on, please do so. I know that she appreciates any help.
Margaret - I met Marg a long time ago through our mutual interests of geneology. We both enjoy patchwork & scrapbooking as well.
Cathy of Tinniegirl - I met Cathy years ago through Creative Memories scrapbooking. I happened to stumble across her blog a few months ago. She is somewhat of a craft entrepeneur.
Susan in Stitches - I love reading Susans blog. It is full of wonderful stories of her life in the Victorian countryside, which I can relate to having grown up on a farm in the Victorian Wimmera district.
Curlypops - another very creative lady & I love her tea towel aprons.
Deb of The Angel & the Pukeko - a lovely lady from NZ who I had the joy & fun of a Christmas swap last year.
Now there are several other bloggers that I would also like to pass the award onto, however they have already received it, so I won't double up. However I am going to list them as they are all wonderful ladies that I have had the pleasure & joy of there cyber company. They are Sheila of aubirdwoman, Lindi of Quilty Threads & Sooziii's Hobbies.